Hip and Thigh

  • Femur Fracture Fixation with Dynamic Hip Screw
    This surgical procedure uses a metal plate and screws to repair a fractured femur. It retains the femoral head, allowing for more natural movement of the hip joint.
  • Femur Fracture Fixation (Stryker® Gamma Nail)
    This procedure stabilizes severe fractures of the femur with a metal rod and screws implanted into the center of the bone. This system provides great strength while the bone heals.
  • Hip Fracture Treatment with Surgical Screws
    This surgical procedure uses metal surgical screws to repair a fracture of the femur. This procedure is typically used for patients who have minimal damage to the bone and minimal shifting from the fracture.
  • Hemiarthroplasty (Bipolar Prosthesis)
    This surgery treats a damaged or diseased hip. It replaces the head of your femur with an implant. Your natural hip socket is not changed.
  • Total Hip Replacement, Anterior Approach
    This surgery replaces diseased and damaged portions of the hip with implants designed to restore function to the hip joint. The surgeon uses an incision on the anterolateral part of the hip, instead of a more traditional incision on the side or back of the joint.
  • Revision Hip Surgery
    This surgery treats an artificial hip that has become infected or has begun to wear out. During this surgery, your hip implant is removed and replaced with new components.